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We had an incredible time with all of you who came out to NCTM this year.
Here are some of our favorite highlights:
LONG + LIVE + MATH Pledge - Welcome to all of the brand new LONG + LIVE + MATHers who took the Pledge at our booth! We are so jazzed to welcome you into this growing community. Here are some ideas for how to take action right now to improve math education.
(If you didn't have a chance to take the Pledge, it's not too late! Join the Movement and get your free Welcome Gift in the mail.)
CL Pedicab Rides - Attendees got to ride in style - including our CEO, Barry Malkin!
Ed Beam - Attendees got to meet our special friend, Ed Beam, who had a blast rolling around the Exhibit Hall and chatting with everyone.
DO the Math Sessions - LONG + LIVE + MATHers showed off both their mathematical and collaboration skills during interactive booth sessions with our Master Math Practitioners.
Featured Sessions - As part of the official NCTM program, we shared strategies for building reasoning, giving students hands-on tasks to explore surface area and volume, turning standardized test questions into engaging learning experiences, supporting algebra students with number sense routines, and creating a successful co-taught math classroom.
The LiveLab Experience - Attendees got to see LiveLab in action just as you would use it in a classroom math lab.
Prizes, Prizes and More Prizes - Congratulations to those who won gift cards for wearing their LONG + LIVE + MATH shirts and for participating in our in-booth events. And congratulations to the winners of our Amazon Echo drawing, who shared photos of themselves on social media wearing their LONG + LIVE + MATH shirts with pride.
You can check out all the highlights on social media using the hashtag #longlivemath. We can't wait to see you next year!
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